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Bobby Fischer's Outrageous Chess Moves

A collection of the most brilliant, ingenious, and outrageous chess moves ever made by legendary grandmaster Bobby Fischer—from America’s foremost chess coach and game strategist for Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit.

Discover 101 chess moves—each one that either forced checkmate or led to an overwhelmingly superior position—from among all of Bobby Fischer’s recorded games, most of which were played in tournament or match situations. This easy-to-use, interactive guide was designed by chess teacher extraordinaire and National Chess Master Bruce Pandolfini. Includes diagrams, information on setting and opponent, helpful descriptive hints, incisive analysis, and more.

Now you can venture into the mind of a champion, enhanced by Pandolfini’s informative presentation and enlightened by biographical details on Fischer himself.

Photo Credit: Brian Killigrew

Bruce Pandolfini is one of the world’s most sought-after chess teachers and one of the most widely read chess writers working today. His role as analyst for PBS’s coverage of the 1972 match between chess superstars Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky first launched him into the public eye. His coaching of chess prodigy Josh Waitzkin was portrayed in the book and film Searching for Bobby Fischer. He is a regular columnist for Chess Life, the bible of the chess world, and continues to coach young players professionally and consults for CEOs from numerous Fortune 500 companies. Pandolfini also created over 300 hypothetical games as a consultant for Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit. He lives in New York City.

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